Japanese management theory that says (1) workers want to build relationships with peers, employers, (2) secure employment and high levels of support, skill development and training is offered, (3) value of family life , traditions and culture, (4) dedicated good moral obligations and are self-disciplined and (5) can make decisions as a group. William Ouchy.
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